Summary: Very neat game. The graphics are OK, but I wish they were better. You are able to create your own characters. You can choose their skin tone, height, weight, muscle tone, hair color, and the size of their nose, ears, lips, eyes, jaw bone, etc... Some of the characters are very hard to beat. You get knocked out more than your opponent, but don't let it get you frustrated, because you can still win. The trick is to fill your stamina bar very high.
Conclusion: Weaknesses: 1. Single Player only 2. Framerate drops at a couple particular points due to immense amounts going on. (didn't hurt anything, IMO) 3. Aside from choosing how to develop characters, it is one dimensional in that you just destroy everything all the time.(There are timed levels that are more about speed and accuracy) 4. Game defaults to english voice when the subtitling with Japanese voice is far better sounding and sets the mood much more. 5.
Conclusion: The game has a very good concept with realistic characters and realistic moves, however, the controls and recoveries drag down the game to a very complicated and difficult game in which only hardcore gamers would even try to play.When a player is knocked down, it is so difficult to recover, most gamers will stay down in the very first round in their very first knock down.
Conclusion: I think it is great fun. gameplay: the gameplay is very fluent and realistic, but it is thrue you have to get used to the total punch control. What I also like very much is the very deep create a boxer. Graphics: the graphics are very sharp, you can recognise every boxer just by his body and the face is even better. and the stadiums look very good too. Audio: the music is good, but becomes boring after a while.
Conclusion: Well I'm not a big boxing fan, I only watch maybe 1 fight every year or so. But I do know enough about boxing that I was interested in a boxing game. After reading some previews and watching a video I was pumped for Fight Night. And let me tell you...its a really fun boxing game and one of the most addicting sports games I've played lately. First the good. The controls are really done well and fight the game perfectly.
Conclusion: I first played the demo of this game on PS2 and after I did the anticipation was unbarable but I was comforted a little because of SP:PT. I just thought that if this game is awesome on PS2 how awesome will it be on Xbox. I got it today and it is better than PS2 just because it is on Xbox. The graphics are still PS2 but doesn't matter that much. The gameplay is awesome. The controls are good but you need to change them to the third configuration.
Conclusion: This game is awesome even though it has a few downfalls. First, it isn't on Xbox live. Another thing that is bad about it is that the graphics are only PS2 graphics. Otherwise it is awesome. The replays of when you knock someone out are awesome. How you can create a boxer to look exactly like you is also cool. I like how you choose which punches you use and what clothes you wear.
Summary: i love this game. it changed boxing games into what they are now. all of Ea's games started from this and improved. the only down side is the career. It is so long and as soon as you start fighing the ral fighters(ali, norton,holyfield etc) if you beat them they retire. that really bugs me.